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Synopsis[ edit ] Tintin is informed by Thomson and Thompson of a case involving the ramblings of a drunken man, later killed, found with a scrap of paper from what appears to be a tin of crab meat with the word "Karaboudjan" scrawled on it.

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His subsequent investigation and the kidnapping of a Japanese man interested in giving him a letter leads Tintin to a ship called the Karaboudjan, where he is abducted by a syndicate of criminals who have hidden opium in the crab tins. Tintin escapes from his locked room after Snowy chews through his bonds and Tintin tintin crabe aux pinces dor out a man sent to bring him food, leaving the man bound and gagged in the room.

The Crab with the Golden Claws

Tintin encounters Captain Haddockan alcoholic sea captain, who is manipulated by his first mate, Allanand is unaware of his crew's criminal activities.

Tintin hides in the locker under the bed and tintin crabe aux pinces dor Jumbothe sailor left in the cabin, while Allan thinks Tintin has climbed out of the porthole back into the storeroom. He blows open the storeroom door, then finding it empty goes back to the Captain's room, where he finds Jumbo tied to a chair and gagged.

Escaping the ship in a lifeboat after sending a radio message to the police about the cargo, a seaplane tries to attack them.

Tintin and the Captain hijack the plane, tie up the pilots, and try to reach Spain. Haddock's drunken behaviour in a storm causes them to crash-land in the Saharawhere the crew escapes. They travel to a Moroccan port, and along the way are attacked by Tuareg tribesmen, defending themselves with French MAS rifles.

At tintin crabe aux pinces dor port, members of his old crew kidnap the Captain after he recognises their disguised Karaboudjan.


Tintin meets Thomson and Thompson who got his message, and they learn that the wealthy merchant Omar ben Tintin crabe aux pinces dor sold the crab tins; Tintin tells Thomson and Thompson to discreetly investigate. Tintin tracks down the gang and saves the Captain, but they both become intoxicated by the fumes from wine barrels breached in a shootout with the villains.

Haddock chases a gang-member from the cellar to an entrance behind a bookcase in Salaad's house. Upon sobering up, Tintin discovers a necklace of a crab with golden claws on the now-subdued owner of the wine cellar, Omar ben Salaad, and realizes that he is the leader of the drug cartel.

Allan steals tintin crabe aux pinces dor boat and tries escaping, but Tintin captures him. The police arrest the gang and free the Japanese man, who introduces himself as Bunji Kurakia police detective who was trying to warn Tintin of the group he was up against.

He had been investigating the sailor on Haddock's crew who drowned; the sailor was on the verge of bringing him opium before he was eliminated.

Turning on the radio, Tintin learns that, thanks to him, the entire organisation of the Crab with the Golden Claws is behind bars. I admit that I believed myself that the future of the West could depend on the New Order. For many people democracy had proven tintin crabe aux pinces dor, and the New Order brought fresh hope.

In Catholic circles such views were widely held. Given everything that happened, it was naturally a terrible error to have believed even for an instant in the New Order.

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Germany placed Belgium under occupation. Confiscated from its original owners, the German authorities permitted Le Soir to reopen under the directorship of Belgian editor Raymond de Becker, although it remained firmly under Nazi control, supporting the German war effort and espousing anti-Semitism.

Appointed editor of this supplement, he was aided by old friend Paul Jamin and the cartoonist Jacques Van Melkebeke. The public reacted positively. Several weeks later, on 3 Septemberthe supplement disappeared altogether, with The Crab with the Golden Claws being moved into Le Soir itself in September, where tintin crabe aux pinces dor became a daily strip.

No reprinting of Tintin in America or The Black Island because they were set in the United States and Britain respectively, both of which were in conflict with Germany. Wren 's novel Beau Geste or its cinematic adaptations in, and Initially, Jumbo was black leftwhile in the redrawn edition he is white right.

Jumbo, the tintin crabe aux pinces dor who Tintin leaves bound and gagged in Captain Haddock's cabin, as well as another man who beats Haddock in the cellar, could not be black Africans as depicted in the original; these were changed to a white sailor and an Arab due to the American publisher's concerns depicting tintin crabe aux pinces dor and whites mixing together.